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She was the cool cousin I wanted to emulate. As adults, Barb was the rallying supporter for the entire family. We will always remember her smile, her sharp wit, her laughter and how she made us laugh too.

Greg, her children, and her grandchildren were at the center of her communications and she shared photos and stories that made it clear they were here pride and joy in life.

I will miss all of it. We are brokenhearted to lose you Barb, but your memory and your zest will be with us forever. Rest in Peace Dear Cousin. Rest in Peace, beautiful lady. You were a gift to this world. My sincerest condolences to Greg and the family during this most difficult time. May you find peace and joy in the memory of your beautiful angel. So sorry to hear of the loss of Barb. They both were always laughing and having a good time.

Now they can have that Miller lite together that Jeanne always wanted. Thinking of all of you and wish you comfort in the days to come. So sad for the loss of this wonderful woman on earth. She loved life and her smile always lit up a room and the hallways at 3M. Heaven has gained an Angel. Thoughts and prayers for her family and close friends!

The world has lost a beautiful soul. I will miss that sweet always smiling face. She faced her battles with grace. I know Jesus open his arms to her when she entered heavens gate. Bless her family as they grieve through this tremendous loss. Hopefully her strength will help them all through this. Much love to those she left behind. My heart truly goes out to you and your family. Working with Camille and sharing beautiful stories about her mom, she raised a beautiful and loving and strong woman and family.

I was also blessed to see the love Camille and Steve had for her. She raised a beautiful family. Many prayers too all of you.

Donna, You were a kind and friendly neighbor. Welcoming us and sharing your stories and experiences. You will be remembered. It has been an honor knowing you Roxy and sharing grandmother duties with you! You raised a wonderful family and your light will shine through them in years to come. Rest well you are an wonderful example of a very strong woman for them. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Chuck, Micheala and Vivian on your loss.

Tina was one of a kind. Our deepest condolences in the loss of your sweet David. I know he fought the cancer with all his might to stay with you. He has achieved his place in Heaven and will wait patiently. He is probably already filling it with his carvings! How beautiful it will be. I am sorry we will not be there to support you at this time but I know you will be fine. So many people loved him and love you. I have worked with Tina for the last 16 years and she was one of the kindest of them all.

She was a devoted mother and nurse, and worked hard.. I will miss her smile. She always found the good in everything and looked at the bright side to all. Rest in Peace my friend I will miss our conversations! Till we meet again. Betty and Family, Our very heartfelt condolences. Dick was one very special person. We are so thankful, proud, and blessed that we had the privilege of knowing him and becoming good friends.

We are going to miss him so much down here in Florida. We will never forget him. Take comfort in knowing his wings will guide you through the days to come and he will be watching over all of you until you meet up on the other side. All our love to all of you. Dear family, my name is Anna, I worked with Tina years ago and also loved working with her. Very pleasant, quiet spoken. When my father was a CCH, she took very good care of him, and my dad appreciated her very much.

My heart goes out to her daughter and family. We will miss him. I remember him fondly as he and his siblings visited me in Colorado. Zac was always so helpful. He is a good soul. I know he will look fondly upon us all and wish us all the greatest of lives.

It was a pleasure to know you Zac. Wishing you safe and happy journeys. My sympathies for the family, she left behind. May God help you through the healing process.

High, even before then! Barb always made feel welcomed and Jack would make us laugh. My mom and dad will make sure, she is welcome, where she now. Thoughts and prayers, to you all! I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of Diane. She was such a bright, beautiful, loving soul. I was lucky enough to get to know her as my aunt Anne sat right across from her office. Every time I came over to visit Anne I got to see and chat with Diane.

Oh the stories and how we would laugh! I have great memories of her and will cherish them always. Mulhollam family, so very sorry for your loss.

A beautiful soul called home too soon. The only thing I can imagine is that God must have great plans for Diane in Heaven, and needed her there more. I can see her continuing her compassion and caregiving roles to those who need it in Heaven, especially the children. Loving, Mothering, Grandmothering, Mentoring, Befriending all those in need, like she did here with us. A great lady she was. My supervisor for years, but first and foremost, my friend. I will miss her dearly.

I will always remember seeing her bright, smiling face in the halls of Securian for the majority of our careers here. It sounds like she leaves a wonderful legacy with your family. I hope all of your best memories bring you comfort today and in the days ahead Kirsten. Mulhollam family, My deepest sympathy to you in the passing of Diane.

Especially when my mother passed away! I will never forget her caring heart! May you find comfort and peace in this difficult time!

Marian and Ken and family my heart is broke for all of you. Your family has been through so much. I thank God for your faith and the strength you glean from it. Dearest Tracee and the entire family you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Your Dad and Mom were such sweet people. Your dad will be missed. Know that he will now be reunited with his beloved Vonnie. Hold your wonderful memories in your heart and never let go. Love to you all, especially you Tracee. My thoughts and prayers go out to you, JoAnn. Gerry was a great lover of music. Whenever we would perform at CCH he would be singing every song. I had the opportunity to share rehab with him and many meals with interesting topics. We talked about our past job histories with Andersen Windows and of course our families.

Loved his smile and friendship. I pray you are all doing as well as possible and looking forward to when we will all be united again. I only heard of this about 20 minutes ago so please forgive me for not writing sooner. Love and Blessings to all of you. There are no words to express the sadness you must have at this time. We are praying for everyone during this time of loss.

May Jeremy rest in peace! I served with Colin for almost nine years in the USAR, including a 9 month deployment that had us together in an office barely big enough for both of our desks. He had a big heart and cared deeply about the welfare of others. Under the mild exterior, was a man with a sharp sense of dark humor and something just shocking enough to make someone laugh. I am saddened by the recent loss of Sergeant Colin Drake. I had the privilege of serving alongside him in the United States Army Reserve since He welcomed me into the unit-as my platoon sergeant- with a warm smile.

He was passionate about his career in the army and was a model behavioral health specialist. Showing junior enlisted how to work with individuals suffering from mental illness and substance abuse issues.

There is a hole in the heart of our unit- he will be missed dearly. Truly a dedicated student. My deepest condolences to the Drake family and friends for the loss of your loved one Colin. He would of been 39 years old. What are you doing today? Are you drinking coffee? You often said that I was your best friend; you were also one of my best friends as well. I miss your hugs, jokes and you. No one can take your place and your place Is saved just for you. Until we meet again! Family, Uncle Dip was loved and will be missed.

We continue to pray for all of you. He was always cheerful and loved his bowling. His infectious enthusiasm for that sport will be greatly missed. I am also going to be sending lots of prayers to the family as they try to make since of what had happened to this amazing women as they stand by her husbands side as he fights to make a full recovery. I was really saddened to hear that the world lost such an incredible woman.

The first time I met Brenda it was at a National Guard picnic, and with my 2 little kids in tow she took me under her wing. Then we discovered that we both lived in Glenwood City- even though our spouses at the time were in the MN National Guard.

I send my love to her kids. Norma and Family I am going to truly miss you. I enjoyed always seeing you on your cleaning days. Rest in Paradise Honey. Till we meet again!!

Steve, Catherine and family, Our condolences. May memories lift you up in the days to come. Deb and Zane Bollom. Jewett, David, Paul, and family- I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your wife and mother, Joann. Jewett was one of my favorite teachers, and feeling that way about him, believe that the love of his life was equally as wonderful a human being. My thoughts and prayers are with you in the days and weeks ahead. Skip, David, Paul and Family… My heart felt sympathies.

Jewett was my favorite 3rd Grade teacher. I had the privilege of teaching with her at East and had many fond memories. The best was sitting with her in the library and going over my report card with her. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Jewett, We would like to express our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We are so saddened by Marks passing. He was such a great son and father and will be missed by all.

Sincerely, Dianne and Michael Elavsky. Prayers for all the families. I met Bert in high school and always admired her; her warm spirit, her passion for the outdoors, and that smile that lit up a room. That is the smile that I will always remember. I also admired her sportsmanship and her ability to exceed in whatever she set out to do.

While it seemed she had a competitive spirit, I believe she was only competing against herself, she had the desire to prove to herself she was as good as she was.

I am blessed to have known Bert and thank God for her spirit. My prayers, love and sympathies to all of her family. I worked with and knew Lana for years at 3M when I worked on trade shows for my division years ago. She was a sweet, sweet woman who knew how to get things done. My deepest sympathy to her son and family. Robert Was a great person. I talked to her often Via internet and a occasional visit. She loved her family and being outdoors. She will be missed by all.

I will never forget her. Jay was a wonderful man and friend he will be missed your family is in our thoughts and prayers may God bless. Fran is one of the people who make Hudson a beautiful place to be. She had a heart like an angel and just made you feel good when you saw her. I went to high school with Tyler and he was always such a kind person. Praying for strength and comfort for his family and friends.

Rest In Peace Tyler! My heart breaks for you and your family over the news of your incredible loss. There are absolutely no words that can be said to truly bring comfort and for that, I am sorry.

My heart and thoughts are with you during this time. May you be surrounded by the love of family and friends as you move throughout these next days. May love and comfort be with you. Just reading about him, I can see how much he was loved and gave love. All I can think is God had a greater need of his quulaloties and qualifications then those of his family on earth…as unfair as that is. I did not know him and his family, but he sounds like a wonderful, caring, giving person.

Ali, There are no words I can say to change the reality of your pain but may you be surrounded by the love of God and your family. Sorry, For your loss Tracy and Tony! The hearts of the Homeless who Tyler helped will pray for him! I am so very very sorry for your loss. It sounds like Tyler was a wonderful son, husband, and father. Sending many prayers to you all. I can not begin to imagine your loss.

What I have seen shows howdeeply thought of he was. That is an incredible gift to you, as his parents Tracy and Tony. You did good raising him, and he explored those teachings to encompass them into his life and make this wonderful person, man, husband, and father. God bless all of you during this time. I will be praying for all of you. Tyler was always such a great guy in high school!!!

I am extremely sad and heartbroken for such a young good soul to leave this earth too early. My heart goes out to all of his family and his children! Rest in peace Tyler! There are no words to take away the pain from all who are suffering the loss of this amazing young man! My heart is breaking for all of you — Prayers, love and hugs to you all!

Ali, Elijah, and Amos, I wish there were better words to express how incredibly sorry I am for your loss. He truly beamed with love for those boys! You could see it in the twinkle of his eyes, and hear the joy in his voice.

I wish we could wake you up from this nightmare, as death truly sucks…. This is a tribute to Dan the man. I remember when I was a little kid I used to hide behind his lazyboy chair and kick it repeatedly. He never minded much. One of the best memories from my childhood was when he and auntie linda took me to the MN state fair and he played billiards to win me a giant stuffed Clifford the red dog.

On the car ride home I still remember holding it out the window and shaking it to distract other drivers and he and Linda were laughing histeterichally as other drivers honked at us. You will be missed. Rest In Peace uncle Dan. Shelby was a classmate of mine.

I remember her, fondly. She was a very independent, strong woman and and so smart. She was good friends with our other classmate and friend, Kathy Krizan Ofstie, and they loved playing pool together.

Rest in peace old friend. Dan obviously worked hard all of his life and lived life to the fullest! I will always continue to admire him for that.

What a nice picture of Dan the Man and what a nice obituary! Ever since you came into our lives as kids there has never been a dull moment. I am truly going to miss your crazy stories at holiday dinners, our trips to the state fair, and your never-ending joy for life. Thank you for patiently teaching me to knee-board, how to properly roast a hot dog on a campfire, and to never be afraid to take risks in life.

We all miss you, and I hope you are still riding around on your Harley up there. You have never seen such crystal blues with a smile that lights up the room. When Uncle Dan was around, he always put me at ease with his endearing laugh and calm nature. His genuine, honest spirit I will forever admire. A humble, hard-working man, Dan had many hidden talents and life wisdom.

He would reminiscence about his childhood days when he became a smashingly successful trumpet player. Uncle Dan even played in a band with the great Miles Davis. Anytime I hear a trumpet play, I think of my Uncle Dan and his passion for life and music. Like me, Uncle Dan longed to live on a beach. I know he is finally on his beach now looking down on us; he will forever be missed.

In younger times, I remember walking through his wonderland of woods. During the summers when we visited, my little brother and I climbed giant oak trees, ran through the woods, and explored every nook and cranny of his land.

I will forever remember Grandpa Jack as interesting and as vivacious as his woods. One summer, when I was around 12 or 13, my dad took the family up to see Grandpa Jack. There, he set out a trap for a pesky raccoon he had been complaining about rummaging through his property and trash. The next day, we checked the trap to find a raccoon stuck inside.

He handed me a pellet rifle and instructed me to put a single round into the raccoon to put it out of its misery. I took the heavy rifle and aimed at the raccoon. It was scared and desperately trying to free its damaged paw from the mechanism in the confinement. I fired round after round into the cage, each time hitting, but not ending its life. With each consecutive round, I became more panicked and desperate to put the animal out of its misery.

I must have fired 7 rounds into the raccoon before it finally succumbed. In this one act, my grandpa taught me the importance of responsibility for my actions, the importance of being deliberation in action, and the importance of life.

I will forever remember my Grandpa Jack as a teacher. In all of the summer trips, fish fry dinners, and family reunions, I noticed a strong connection between Grandpa and all of his kids and grandchildren, I see it in the way my father looks up to him and admires him.

I see it in the way they love and respect him. I see it in the how he always provided a warm home to my family, I see it when we catch eye contact, and he returns a wink and a smile at me. I will forever remember my Grandpa Jack as a good man. From his quiet smirk to his wide grin, I knew my grandpa loved life.

In this, his teaching and mentor-ship are evident in the way my relatives respect him, the way I respect his sons, and the way my dad tries to be the best father he can, from the experiences he has taken from his father.

Jim and family, I remember Jean as a quiet gentle person and fun to visit with at our Wilson staff parties. I still have her recipe for lemon meringue dessert.. John really loved that.! You will have many good memories to keep in your heart! You are in our prayers, Dari and John Nielsen. I hope you and the rest of your family are doing well. My sympathy to her family. I am just a silly student in her English class at Marshall Junior High. Miss Goldsmith was a very classy lady with great class control, but I made her laugh.

This was all in I remember how happy she was for her upcoming marriage and how we all chipped in to by her a vase I think from Ernie Rost store! She seemed so pleased. Glad she married one of Janesvilles finest teachers, Jim Sharer. Fran will always hold a special place in my heart. She always had a kind word for me and her smile was Infectious.

I consider myself blessed to have know her. Bill and I would like to send our Condolences to the entire Family. I am so sorry for your loss Sarah. Even though I never personally met John, I felt like I knew him just from all the conversations and stories you would share with me during our hair appointments together.

If there is anything you need …please do not hesitate to ask! Her heart belonged to the Lord. May her faith and the beautiful and fun memories she gave to all who knew her give joy and peace. My deepest sympathy to the family for your loss. Nancy, Margaret Ann and I loved popcorn in bed. We were gigglers especially at midnight. Margaret Ann loved the Lord and gave all of the women in her church a CD of her aunt, my mother, playing the piano. She loved her family. Dearest Mary Ann and family, my heart is breaking for you all at this sad time.

Always remember the good times and know that she is in a better place. Sending hugs and prayers to you all! It was my pleasure being your babysitter so many years ago!!

Megan, Charlie and Lori, and Kevin and family, your mother was a wonderful woman! She gave of herself freely. I am sure that your dad was standing at Heavens Gates with wide open arms.

I know that she will be dearly missed by you. Praying for peace and comfort. I will remember Margaret for her ready smile and hug. I appreciate the joy she shared, and her love of her family. Almost every time I met John he was either helping me or helping someone else, which in itself says a lot about who John was.

Because anybody can serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love. John was a rare individual. Not only was he an intelligent man, but he was a kindhearted, loving soul with a willingness to help others. John was a great man. He served his community well and will be deeply missed by his friends and family. Remember her well when we were neighbors growing up in Watson! Thoughts and prayers to her entire family!

Jim, Julie, Jim and extended family, So sorry for your loss. Know you have many great memories. May she rest in peace. Love, Ken and Peg. May God grant you comfort and peace.

Soany wonderful memories of living across the street from you, and the wonderful years of watching our girls growing up together.

With love and prayers, Madelyn. Jim, you and your family have our sincere sympathy. Good-byes are so hard. I know Jean is fully restored, wrapped in the arms of our Lord. Blessings to all of you at this difficult time. She was quite the character!

She knew her mind and I always admired that. My thoughts, fun memories, and prayers are with you all. Thank-you so much for sending this beautiful tribute, Jennifer. I have been thinking of you all ever since I got the news. Your mom was such a sweet, gentle soul… I always enjoyed visiting with her. I am so grateful for all of the time my family and I got to spend with Mary over the years.

She always lit up the place when she was around… always smiling. In our conversations she was always so kind and caring. We will miss her deeply. All our love to Johnny and the rest of her wonderful legacy. She was one of the most positive influences in my educational development, and in my path to a career in environmental education. John and family — so sorry to hear of your loss. Wish you all peace and comfort in the days ahead as you reflect on her memory and the great gift she was in your lives.

John and family I am sorry your Mom has passed, but also thankful she is now at peace in her eternal life. I wish you peace and you have my prayers as you pass through this difficult time. John, lean on your music and your friends. I am very sad to see this. Mike was not only skilled at his job, but also a truly nice person. Our condolences to his family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Dear Loraine and Family, We send our thoughts and prayers and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.

We always enjoyed visiting you in your home in Hudson and we remember the time we met in Arizona. You and Bob were great hosts and fun to be with.. May he rest in peace and perpetual light shine upon him. What a wonderful man who lived an incredible life. He is leaving a legacy that will be remembered for many years Bob found the perfect wife and fathered three wonderful kids. He had a great career contributing a great deal to the community and to his many many friends.

Well Bob is gone, but we have memories, memories are wonderful things you can visit them any time of the day or night, and they are always of good things. As i sit in front of my computer the memories are filling my mind, I remember visiting the root beer stand , that is where I first met Bob, I remember the Star observer at the end of the bridge, the stories of his career with the refinery and the Erickson clan, the beautiful home he and Lorraine built, not a blade of grass out of place, the projects he built that I wished I could do.

When you needed the community ladder you just called Bob, Jack Martin always claimed that he owned half of the ladder and bob only stored it for him. I remember the Thursday golf group, I can see them sitting around the table in the bar setting the afternoon wagers.

My most recent memory was stopping to see he and Lorraine in their new apartment, Nancy and IO were treated to wine and some very wonderful conversation. Memories are great and I look forward to reliving more of them with this about this wonderful friend. You are in our thoughts. Scott Schorn and family. I am so sorry and want to extend my sympathy to you and the girls. Memories go way back to the College Campus School, where Tom was an outstanding student and had a great singing voice; H.

Pinafore comes to mind. Fondly, Ellen Morrow Mattson Class of Hold close the wonderful memories you shared with him. Many of my childhood memories include your family and the barn. We knew Margaret Hendrickson, your aunt, our neighbor and went to East Hill School with her children, quite well. My folks both died so young both 58 and you were so lucky to have your mom so long. A life well lived!! We are glad to have known a fine man, remembered as the best manager at our Ashland Petroleum sales office.

My memories of Bob, from my childhood right through to our last interaction this past January, are of a consistently positive, generous, kind, good-humored, and thoughtful gentleman. Our world is smaller for this loss. Blessings and wishes for warm memories to Lorraine, Caroline, Nancy and John. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Atef was like the Bible told us in Matthew Unfortunately, after immigration distances kept us away from seeing each other but I have been always checking on his health and spoke with him few months ago and still remember the old memories during teenage time back home.

Rest In Peace Atef and remember us when you are in heaven. I volunteered with him at Hudson hospital and he was always such a bright light with his beautiful smile and great sense of humor. My prayers are with Lorraine and family. Rest In Peace Bob. We are so sorry to hear this news. We were neighbors of Jake for many years in Vadnais Heights.

He was a kind, gentle soul. I will fondly remember our driveway chats. He adored his family and spoke so highly of his siblings and loved ones. We are so sorry for your loss. I remember Penny from school, we had good laughs in the lunch room. And so sorry for the loss of Penny. I always enjoyed talking to him at birthday parties.

May his memory be eternal. Bob and Loraine are two of the finest people Carolyn and I ever knew. I am proud to have known Bob and to call him a friend. We extend our deepest sympath to the family and wish them the best. Rest In Peace my friend. It was always a pleasure to see you at the golf course. You were one of the people that when looking out at the lot of the old course window, that I knew would brighten my day! Mark and I offer condolences and prayers to the family.

Bob has gone home, but he lives on through his family. Rest in peace, God bless. You are missed terribly. May you rest in peace. You have more than earned it! Sommers in many years but he used to come to our business quite often. Such a nice man. So so sorry for your loss. Gordy-son we were honnered to have had you in our lives,we enjoyed and appreciated your love and kindheart.

I am happy you are with your Mom now and will join you two someday. Chet, I am devastated for you. My prayers are with you, and I wish I could be at the service. Please call just to talk. If I can be of any assistance to you and the family let me know.

Paul was a dedicated professional, pillar of the community and an exceptional family man. He was truly a role model and a personal inspiration in my life.

His memory and legacy will live on through all the lives he touched. You have my deepest sympathies during this difficult time. Gordy, Your willingness to always lend a hand to others and your caring, compassionate heart will be greatly missed by all of those whose lives you touched in your time here with us. I was on a cruise and just heard about Maxine. My sympathy to the family. I will miss my friend! My prayers are with you all. If there is anything I can do just call. Your in my thoughts and prayers.

I have had the pleasure of knowing Bill and Suzy and Angie and Jessie. You must have been a beautiful spirit to have such a wonderful family. RIP Hugs from Belize. Many good memories at the farm. Will never forget you Tillie. You showed us all much love in many ways. Dave was much much more than a close friend. Truman and Dave were more like brothers in so many ways, in how well they worked together, helped each other, and in their companionship.

Gordy Gilbs, you will be sorely missed, you sardonic sense of humor and quick wit can never be replicated, love you bro, forever and always.

I am saddened by the loss of Marlene. She was always welcoming to me as a friend of her daughter Brenda. Sending thought and prayers to her family at this difficult time. Carol,Marc and Eric, we are very sorry to hear of the loss of Paul and your dad. He was a kind soul, it was an honor to have known him and all the times spent at the baseball games are treasured memories.

Thoughts, prayers and blessings to all of you. Carol and family I am deeply saddened for you all. My heart breaks for you and Paul will be forever in my heart. What a kind, dear man. Much love to you all. Dear Carol and Family — We are so sorry to hear of Pauls passing.

You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. I worked with Debbie since She was an inspiration to many. Always had a positive attitude and kept her spirits up. What I loved most about Debbie was her faith in our Lord. She taught me much and she will be greatly missed. She is in a beautiful everlasting, eternal life now with Jesus. I am so sorry to hear this news.

I feel lucky to have known her and I have many great memories of her and with her and all of you. Our sympathies, truly, for your loss. My dear sister Kay, you will be forever loved and missed. You have finally gained your wings. Until we meet again. My thoughts and prayers are with your family!! I worked with Bill in Menomonie 3m. He was a wonderful supervisor. I had a interview for a job with him and I came in and sat down.

I told him I was a very quiet person and would sit and listen. He laughed and said you know this is your job interview and not his. Love to you and your family. Sweet Akers family, you were my favorite neighbors in Sebastopol, CA. Some of my best memories are of spending time with you. Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. Bill always had a smile that warmed the heart. He was always calm even in the midst of chaos and angry bees.

My wish for you is that the hole his passing leaves in your hearts be filled with the memories of a life well lived. To Ann and Laura and Steven, My heart is with you all. My memories of Bill include a perpetual smile, always a warm and opening presence and a talent for keeping the boys entertained! From that awesome clubhouse he built with the gliding rope swing to the obstacle courses for battles.

He was always so present for his children and I know my son, Nick, benefited from growing up in his company. He gave so much to this world. I wa so surprised, shocked to read about Helen. She and my mother Harriet Christianson were close buddies. I met Helen through my mother and we quickly connected. She was so much fun, so interesting to talk to.

I had lunch with Helen, Audrey, and Marlene late in Novemeber. We had fun sharing memories of my Mom and of their memories of life before Wintergreen. Each of those ladies was full of life and wonderful stories. I will miss talking to Helen and miss her emails. I will treasure the little cards she had sent me, all stitiched with those little arthritic hands. A dear sweet lady. Love you so much Kay.

You will always be my big sister. You always had the biggest heart and the most loving. Ann, Laura and Stephen, my heart is hurting for your heartbreak. Let the tears you shed stand witness to your love for your husband and father and to the depth of your thanksgiving for the gift of his life. May He Rest In Peace. I had the honor of knowing Billy through my brother in law Paul Rose.

What an awesome, kind, personable, and good hearted person Billy was. Thank you Paul Rose for bringing him into our lives. I will miss Helens smile. I was one of the Sunday church leaders from the Methodist Church. It was always so nice seeing Harriet Christensen and her come to services.

I visited with her many times. She was a wonderful lady and special friend to my mom, Mugs Zillmann, when both resided at Wintergreen. They are now together in heaven. My heartfelt condolences to the entire Krogseng family. From all I have read, it seems as though Dan had quite an impact in his community and was blessed with a beautiful family. My prayers go out to them and the entire family. Heaven got an awesome fun lady.

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